Articles by Satyan Devadoss
The University of Nebraska is offering an REU summer undergraduate research in applied mathematics. A complete listing of faculty mentors and research project descriptions can be found at their website. Students can also find information about program benefits including a competitive stipend, room and board, travel expenses and more.
Upward Bound and Upward Bound Math Science at Boston University are programs serving 125 Boston and Chelsea Public High School Students by providing academic instruction, tutoring, social enrichment and personal support. Students participate in both a six-week summer residential program and an after school component. For more information on the programs, go here. There is
Paid Summer 2011 Undergrad Research Placements: Over 400 programs – REU and Other Summer Research Opportunities for Undergrads at http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/Summerresearch.asp For NASA-supported internships, fellowships and scholarships, see http://intern.nasa.gov
If you are interested in Teach for America, please contact the campus recruiter Ifiok Inyang (class of 2011) for more details.
The Fairfield University (Fairfield, CT) Mathematics and Computer Science Department announces a new Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Mathematics and Computational Science for Summer 2011. We will host our 2011 program from June 13 to August 5. The three research groups for our first program are: One-Dimensional Combinatorial Dynamics Chris Bernhardt, Professor of Mathematics Three-Dimensional
The Math/Stat Department Teaching Assistant applications are being accepted for the spring 2011 semester. If youare interested in applying see Marissa, Bronfman Science Center 203 for an application. Or email her [email protected] and she will send you an application. The deadline for applying is Friday,November 5.
The official date of the Green Chicken contest has been decided. It will take place at Williams College on October 23, 2010. More information is available here.
The Journal of Young Investigators has announced the 2nd annual Virtual Poster competition which will take place until November 2010. Interested undergraduates should make a video of themselves discussing a topic and upload their submission to YouTube. More details are available here.
Ed Burger has been chosen as one of the finalists for Huffington Post’s Ultimate Game Changer in education. Read more here.
A typical professor in the science division at Williams college has three key items on the agenda: teach courses, publish research papers, and apply for grants. Teaching and research are the bread and butter of being a faculty member, but receiving funding from a grant agency (such as the National Science Foundation) gives a tremendous sense